Surface Modeling

Boundary Blend

I often forget how to do this so, as a quick note to my future self, next time I have to do this. Here is how I fill in a “hole” on a surface model. This can be done by clicking two opposing lines or edges.

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Since my objective here is to fill the hole so that the properly merge the solid with the surface. After created that blend, I merge the Copy 1 surface feature with the new Boundary Blend

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This creates the Merge 1 feature that should now be selected for further surface merges.

Since my objective is to fill the hole, I selected the next gap edges. This filled without any issue.

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To merge the new boundary blend with the previous merging of surfaces, Select Merge 1 and Boundary Blend 2, that was just created. Your numbers might vary, of course.

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That will produce Merge 2. Now future surface merging should be done with the latest Merge.

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